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Results of a Person-Centered Maternal Health Quality Improvement intervention in Uttar Pradesh, India

Citation

Montagu, Dominic; Sudhinaraset, May; Diamond-Smith, Nadia (2020), Results of a Person-Centered Maternal Health Quality Improvement intervention in Uttar Pradesh, India, Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.7272/Q6BG2M6W

Abstract

This data is from a larger 5 year project on person-centered quality for delivery, family planning, and abortion in both India and Kenya. We conducted a quality improvement collaborative to improve person-centered quality for maternal health services in Uttar Pradesh, India. Data was collected pre and post intervention. The aim was to evaluate if quality improvement cycles were effective at improving women's experiences while seeking care and if the changes made during this intervention could be spread to other facilities.

Methods

Data was collected through a series of survey interviews with providers and post-partum maternity patients at government health facilities in Uttar Pradesh, India.  The surveys were conducted over three years beginning in 2016

Usage Notes

We have redacted locale information from both survey instruments and datasets, along with indentifiers of any related geographic information.  We believe all other needed data is both included in the dataset, and can be understood using the materials included. 

Funding

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Award: INV-009179

David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Award: 2017-66201